MoodleDocs:Templates

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This page lists the most commonly used templates used in Moodle Docs. In addition to displaying a message, many templates also automatically add pages to a category.


Moodle version

Moodle1.9

When adding documentation about a new feature, type
{{Moodle 1.9}}
(or
{{Moodle 2.0}}
etc.) to obtain a version indicator.

This automatically adds pages to the version category, for example Category:Moodle 1.9.

Stub

Type
{{stub}}
to obtain the following message:

This article is a stub. Please help improve Moodle Docs by editing it and adding some content.

This automatically adds pages to Category:Stubs.

Update

Type
{{Update}}
to obtain the following message:

This page requires updating for Moodle 1.9. Please do so and remove this template when finished.

This automatically adds pages to Category:Pages requiring updating.

Update section

Please help update this section for Moodle 1.9.

Type
{{Update section}}
to obtain the following message:

This automatically adds pages to Category:Pages requiring updating.

Review

Type
{{Review}}
to obtain the following message:

This page requires a review. Please do so and remove this template when finished.

This automatically adds pages to Category:Pages requiring a review.

Work in progress

Type
{{Work in progress}}
to obtain the following message:

Note: This article is a work in progress. Please use the page comments or an appropriate moodle.org forum for any recommendations/suggestions for improvement.

Infobox Project

{{{name}}}
Project state {{{state}}}
Tracker issue {{{tracker}}}
Discussion {{{discussion}}}
Assignee {{{assignee}}}
Type
{{Infobox Project}}
to obtain an information box.





Page for deletion

Type
{{Deletion}}
at the top of the page to obtain the following message:

This page requires deletion. Please use the page comments if necessary to state the reason for deletion.

Page fully-protected

Type
{{Pp-protection|reason}}
at the top of fully-protected page to indicate that the page can only be edited by administrators and the reason for why this is the case. See Template:Tl for more information about this template.

Uncategorised

Type
{{Uncat}}
at the top of a page which is not categorised to remind editors to add one or more categories. See Template:Tl for more information about this template.

Unsigned

Type
{{Unsigned|Terri Teacher}}
after an unsigned talk page comment to obtain the following message:

(The preceding comment was added by User:Terri Teacher)

See also